Georgia, Israel mark 30 years of diplomatic relations 
Georgia, Israel mark 30 years of diplomatic relations 

Today marks the 30th anniversary of diplomatic ties between Georgia and Israel.

Georgian Foreign Ministry echoed this day, saying “our countries work together to further deepen cooperation, based on friendship and common values and we are sure that through joint efforts they will achieve many goals lying ahead!”

In its tweet, the Israeli Foreign Ministry said: “Proud to celebrate 30 years of diplomatic relations between Georgia and Israel today. The recent visit of the PM and FM to Jerusalem symbolizes the close ties between our two countries. Looking forward to enhancing our cooperation in the years to come.”

Georgian Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili and Foreign Minister also echoed the 30th Anniversary.

Speaker Papuashvili said Georgia and Israel enjoy “excellent cooperation” in the economy, tourism, education and security. “We remain committed to strengthening parliamentary ties in the years to come.”

FM Darchiashvili noted that “Throughout the years, we have spared no efforts to build and strengthen bilateral relations, and I’m ready to continue close cooperation with my counterpart Yair Lapid to further develop them.”